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01-31-2007, 02:53 PM
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Oklahoma City
Had some snow flurries this morning, it decided to change into freezing drizzle. Looks like it's getting messy out there. Going to be a fun drive home.
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01-31-2007, 02:57 PM
Post: #2
Oklahoma City
I just saw there is a 30 car pileup in KS

http://carlosmencia.com/content/videos.php?id=66



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01-31-2007, 06:35 PM
Post: #3
Oklahoma City
OKLAHOMA CITY -- OHP is reporting a multitude of accidents in the metro area. Over 100 have been reported so far and OHP is not working anymore non-injury accidents.

The morning snow is melting and re-freezing, especially on the overpasses and bridge ways.

Oklahoma City Police are advising that motorist only get out if they have to and to keep driving to a minimum.

Reports are that three people have already lost their lives due to the road conditions.
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02-14-2007, 11:51 AM
Post: #4
Oklahoma City
TOOOO COLD is all I can say. Woke up to a whopping 18 with a windchill of 3. Feel like I am back in Chicago. Looks like 50's and 60's after tomorrow tho. About time!
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02-14-2007, 12:07 PM
Post: #5
Oklahoma City
It's really cold up here. Send us some of the 50's so we can melt some of this snow...Big Grin

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02-20-2007, 05:00 PM
Post: #6
Oklahoma City
Beautiful day today. Sunny and 65. Could be an early spring if the bottom doesn't decide to drop out on us.
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03-05-2007, 02:10 PM
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Oklahoma City
Sunny 70 and 11% humidity. Nothing at all to complain about today.
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03-20-2007, 03:11 PM
Post: #8
Oklahoma City
Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Norman Ok
253 Pm Cdt Tue Mar 20 2007

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253 Pm Cdt Tue Mar 20 2007

This Hazardous Weather Outlook Covers Northern...western...
Central...and Southern Oklahoma...and Western North Texas.

.day One...this Afternoon And Tonight...

Thunderstorm Outlook...
Isolated Severe Thunderstorms Are Possible Through Tonight.
However...organized Severe Storms Are Not Expected.

Discussion...
Heavy Rain Continues To Diminish Across Kay County. Although
Additional Widespread Heavy Rain Is No Longer Expected...runoff From
Earlier Thunderstorms May Continue Through The Afternoon...possibly
Resulting In A Continuation Of Flooding And Associated Road Closings.

Otherwise...isolated Thunderstorms May Develop Through Tonight
Mainly East Of A Line From Woodward...to Oklahoma City And Ardmore...
Where The Cap Will Be Weakest. Due To Moderately Steep Lapse
Rates...isolated Severe Storms Accompanied By Nickel Size Hail Can
Not Be Ruled Out. However...due To Relatively Weak Vertical Wind
Shear...organized Severe Storms Are Not Expected.

Probability Table...
Valid Through 700 Cdt Wednesday Mar 21.
Probability Of Thunderstorms Occurring In The
Nws Norman County Warning Area...100 Percent.
Probability Of Severe Storms If Storms Occur...20 Percent.

Other Hazardous Weather...
None.

.days Two Through Seven...wednesday Through Monday...

Thunderstorm Outlook...
There Will Be A Chance Of Thunderstorms Each Day Through Sunday. Two
Time Periods Have The Greatest Chance For Severe Storms. The First
Is Thursday Into Thursday Night With The Approach Of A Cold Front
And Upper Wave In Advance Of The Large Southwest U.s. Upper Low. The
Second Is Saturday And Saturday Night As The Main Upper Low Moves
Into The Central Plains And Pushes A Dryline Through Oklahoma.

Other Hazardous Weather...
Heavy Rain Will Be Possible Again Wednesday Night And Thursday. Some
Flooding May Occur Again By The Weekend.

The Next Scheduled Hazardous Weather Outlook Will Be Issued At 7 Am
Wednesday.
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02-07-2008, 09:31 PM
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Oklahoma City
Starting to get more warm days. Spring can't get here soon enough!

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03-13-2008, 04:27 PM
Post: #10
Oklahoma City
I'm Taking a look into next Monday / Tuesday. Storm Chances looking increasingly nice, for here in Oklahoma
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